tv ABC 11 Eyewitness News Extra ABC February 13, 2016 11:30pm-12:00am EST
>> a big weekend for the hurricanes are celebrity the 10th anniversary of the stanley cup championship, before the game with the islanders, the guys who toted the gate -- cut around on the same eyes were back in the red jerseys to celebrate, the only stanley cup title in franchise history. the team held a banquet for the champions last night, pretty cool. the fans got to see the cup one more time this weekend. the current crop trying to make this a happy occasion all the way around. riley nash, over the shoulder of goaltender. kane up 1-0. second, from the blue line, the shot is read -- redirected. it goes through the legs of someone into the net. 2-0. later, just that be with a pass. 3-0.
five by carolina. a loose puck. second in the last minute and a half. the canes win it, 6-3. there are three points back of the last wild-card spot in the east. back to the hips. n.c. central tried to get on a run here as they go down the home stretch of the basketball season. three and six going into this game. cj wiggins fighting shot madison, 8-3 in the game by the seagulls and they had some good defense. wiggins benefiting from the tone of her and then he finds madison in the corner for a three ball. dante holmes, 22 points, hit five of 10 from the three point line and the eagles win big, 90-56. they have won seven straight games over the wildcats, but they have some work to do if they want to get back in this race.
>> see what is happening this instant, abc 11 eyewitness news at 11:30 p.m. starts right now. heather: breaking news first at 11:30 p.m., a murder investigation after a man's body is found behind a home on glen road and durham county. deputies discovered the victim while responding to a possible breaking and entering call tonight. detectives believe that there was a dispute between neighbors. you can look for what is new with the investigation tomorrow morning on eyewitness news. a mass movement in rally today, thousands crowding fayetteville street where the annual march. north carolina's voter id law paying -- playing front and center this year. new tonight, anthony wilson with the group's message and the response from critics. >> the moral march and rowdy -- rally brought to crowds to downtown raleigh. some traveled from maryland and other states.
carolina voter suppression law is one of the most draconian in the country. and that, we, as a faith, unitarian, need to stand up to both witness and to act. >> to focus on access to the ballot box is one of many issues that concern the participants. >> the voting rights act, we thought that this was solved and for the same issues to come back up, it is another blow to democracy and another blow to ask is in the ballot box. >> talk about immigrant justice, women's rights, and other social justice issues, some in the audience were not supporters. >> we have a group of people trying to stop the march. and it is ridiculous. they claim to be with a certain group, i do not want to say their name. >> we checked and cannot find the people that were referenced, but elsewhere, there are critics
>> it is an organizational 12 for the left to try to get out the vote for the democrats and that worked very well over the last two years as republicans have had strong elections in the last three cycles. >> organizers of the rally urged all eligible voters to show up on election day. >> we want to give attention to the people on john street as well as main street. we are pushing and moving, the elections are coming up, and we want everybody to vote and that is our prime message that we are trying to get out there. >> from raleigh, anthony wilson, abc 11 eyewitness news. heather: a disabled man stolen vehicle is back in his possession tonight. abc 11 together follow the story all week. a thief still mike leary's bold suzuki from his driveway in east raleigh. raleigh police found it overnight, about two miles away in the back of an apartment complex. it runs and handicap controls are still there, mike tells us that he is thrilled with the
now, as in the father can take his kids to school and get to work. new tonight, a karl-anthony's roof in this crash on durham street. police say that the vehicle sideswiped a duke university police officer as they were responding to a call. the vehicle hit another vehicle and slit. it happened this afternoon in front of a jimmy john's year. street. luckily, nobody hurt. the deep freeze is settling in, coming up, the urgent warning from doctors about protecting yourself when it is this cold. also ahead, the new place to stay in one triangle town, how it is bridging the past with the present. first, a live look outside of the raleigh eyewitness news center, keep bundling up, this is a week and you may want to stay indoors. liz: exactly right. temperatures could still fall 10 degrees.
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they may normally be in a 30 degree night or a 20 degree night, but it is very different when a single digits and especially when you have wind chills, even if you of a garage or a shelter, anything that is away from the wind, it will be much better for this pet tonight. single-digit wind chills expect it, frigid temperatures, the next term brings a wintry mix monday morning turning into rain by tuesday. temperatures will be rising above average and we will let you know when the warm-up will start. right now, starting interim, 22. when tim north at seven miles per hour. clear skies overhead. clear skies here, no matter where you are, looking at 19 in roxboro. when he six, fayetteville. 23, raleigh. before, wilson and goldsboro. the windchill makes it feel even colder. 13 degrees right now in roxboro. 14, stanford. they teens and goldsboro and rocky mount wilson. it is colder right now than it
time, seven degrees colder and raleigh. 13, roxboro. 12 common to -- 12, oxford. a deep freeze for the next year hours. clear and cold. clear skies overhead throw the entire state and also, most of the southeast. overnight tonight, dropping to 11 in roxboro. henderson, 14. 15, fayetteville. 13, goldsboro. the normal low is much higher than that, in the 30's, about 20 degrees below normal, not only for the low before our high. 32, tomorrow afternoon in raleigh and durham. upper 20's in the northern sections. 35, fayetteville and clinton. normal high as 55, which attorneys in the about how chilly it is going to be. high-pressure moving in. this is a cold or high-pressure, a lot of arctic air surging in on sunday with that. it will be short-lived, this will push out to see as to go late sunday into monday.
low-pressure to move through. a warm front right here, down to the south, that will move through tuesday, warmer temperatures quite a bit. also notice this, swells coming off of the atlantic ocean, a typically milder flow. part of the reason we will not see as much snow. temperatures will be very cold overnight. we are talking sunday night and monday, not tonight. monday morning at 1:00 a.m., could be a few snow flurries popping up often on. it will quickly spread through, 4:00 5:00, 6:00, we'll see it and when county and up to the north. by 7:00, this no caps on to the northern sections. it will switch to sleet and freezing rain. sections of durham county, depending on where you are could see more snow. southern sections could see more sleet and freezing rain. this could potentially be a problem. it depends on how long the cold air sticks around. one good thing, the rain will start to work its way up in the
mid morning, early afternoon on monday and finally by the evening hours, it should be mostly a rain events throughout the entire area. good news, it might help to wash way anything on the grounds. it looks like the most treacherous travel will tend to be early on monday morning. by tuesday, it moves through and by noon, it is out to the east, not impacting us anymore. exactly what we want to see around here. how much snow will we get? these are models for rdu. earlier they were all down here. showing less than an inch. now, we have two models, the dss model, a little bit different in a little bit higher, coc there's a bit of a split. it depends on which model you look at, but it certainly looks like for the most part, we should see about an inch of snow in raleigh, maybe a little bit more the farther north and west you go. of course, we could see the
we will continue to refine these totals and we will likely have a better look tomorrow. overall, looks like at least about a quarter of an inch or less. the biggest threat is probably heavy rain. two inches of rain could fall before the system is out on tuesday. good news, back behind that, seven-day forecast shows warming by the middle of the week for next weekend. if you heading out to monitor valentine's day, take a heavy coat. it will be very chilly tomorrow night. 23. heather: stay by the fire. a triangle my morning others about pacifiers. she says that she has had two close calls with her infants and she will never use them again.
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when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. heather: a jungle mom warning others about one of the most popular baby products around. she says that pacifier problems have led to two close calls with her infant.
diane: she is your typical baby, mostly happy, but sometimes fussy and the needs of some soothing. that is way pacifier comes in. the mother never thought much about it. until, -- >> he was two months old and gurgling and i ran into the room and i found the pacifier had broken off and it was lodged in his throat and he was turning colors. dan: anything, she tried to get out of his mouth, but it was gone. >> it finally came out. it could have killed him had i not done that. diane: she called the pacifier manufacture and said that she was told -- >> it is very rare. has it been used by another child before, they asked. >> they apologize and send her a package with pacifiers. and a note asking her to send the broken one back. she did not, but did give the baby the new one.
>> trying to get something out of his throat and i realized it was a pacifier. fan: she's it happened again. it tore apart in the base. stuck in the throw. she got it out just in time. >> scare of my life twice. now we are not using them at all anymore. diane: we did some digging, and on the consumer products safety commission website we found in other complaints about this pacifier breaking off and causing children to choke. we also heard from a mother in the u.k. the says that her 13-month-old daughter choked on one of them after broke off the base. she says that they brushed off her concerns by sending her a compliment three toothbrush for her troubles. we reached out to the company and they said their products exceed strict u.s. and international standards. and other testing procedures to ensure quality and performance. they also say that they have 12 million pacifiers in use in america.
and all of their testing, they found that the pacifiers were damaged by prolonged use, cleaning products, or teething babies. not a defect. but the mother says that this does not explain it away. >> sometimes he will kind of chew a little bit, but he has no teeth, so comes issue not be able to rake the plastic. diane: she's hoping for more. >> we don't won any money or anything from the company, we just want them to take response ability and say there a problem with the product and we will fix it. heather: they deny that there is a problem and say that they include instructions for every pacifier that parents should expect them -- inspect them and do a test before using them. and replace them every two months to ensure safety and hygiene. we have more on abc11.com. if you have a consumer complaint or need a troubleshooter to get
to email@example.com. you can also reach out on facebook. or on twitter. >> the hurricane celebrate the ten-year anniversary of the stanley cup title. we hear from the captain of the team and plus the nba slamdunk my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis made a simple trip to the grocery store anything but simple. so finally, i had an important conversation with my dermatologist about humira.
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most of the guys were part of the magical run are back to celebrate again, tonight before the hurricanes win over the islanders, the cut made its way back onto the ice. a handful of the key players past the cup around, just like they did a decade ago. currently an assistant coach, did a great job of summing up what it took to win. >> i said to the guy here tonight, winning a stanley cup is probably the hardest championship to win in all of sports. no doubt about it. it takes a lot of talent and a lot of skill which we had. a lot of teams have and it takes so much more than that. it takes great people. great individuals that are willing to put the team first. and do whatever is asked of them to get the job done. i know is an organization you cannot live in a pass, yet to keep moving forward, but i think you have to remember the successful past, because it
blueprint on how to do it right and i am just so honored and grateful that i had the opportunity to play with a bunch of guys that did it right. so, thank you. joe: pretty cool at the pnc tonight. slamdunk championship, zach levine, laster's champion facing off with aaron gordon. gordon one-handed, but that was the early rounds as was this one. helping gordon out. i think that was the best dunk, but levine goes between the legs, in the lane, and throws down. that is in the final. that was a perfect 50 score and you can see why, that is pretty tough to do. i think that levine should of one automatically. heather: i think so too good i like the mascot is this. joe: back-to-back championships for levine and i think he went
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